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>> the government shut down has hurt our economy and slowed economic growth. congressman van hollen mentioned a couple of the headlines. the one that is particularly painful to me is entitled "consumer confidence collapsed this month -- thanks congress." grow wages, create good jobs, and help our people. we want to make sure that the middle class can stay on the rungs of the middle-class aonomic ladder and we want policy to help those who are to there, get their -- there. i want to give three points. code justhe tax turned 100 and it looks every day its age. it is a broken, in efficient mass. -- mess. it is time to bring it into the 21st century. i'm committed to tax reform. and loopholesffs for us to close in the meantime without jeopardizing the goals of comprehensive tax reform. my hope is that this conference and put our feet in both can't , for tax reform and against tax ripoffs. --ood place to start incentives that push companies to move jobs overseas. second is medicare. the future for medicare is better care at lower cost. 965.s very different than 1 chronic disease, cancer,
for those reckless actions. stoord & poors estimates the shutdown cost our economy $24 illion, and the peterson institute said bipartisanship has cost our country 900,000 jobs since the 2010 elections. i hope every member of this committee, democrats and republicans alike, will put away the threats of future shutdowns and default and focus our efforts to help our economy grow. the house and republican and senate democratic budgets before us represent very different visions for the future of the country. we're not going to be able to bridge all those differences, but i hope we can make some progress, and that will require tough compromises. it is also important to be honest with the public about the nature of our differences, because to govern is to choose, and our budgets reflect different choices. we need to reduce the long-term deficit in a balanced way. it provides for vital investments to ensure america remains the world's economic powerhouse. we aloe indicate resources to -- allocate resources to put people to work, modernizing our bridges and our ports and other infrastr
through the angel funding and start of box. that's an amazing contribution to the economy of san francisco. so start ups are starting to change. doug and i are going to make you guys be as successful as you can and have free food all right. >> everyone. thank you. my name is carl i'm the president of the silicon leadership groufrp we're happy you joined us for a town hall with mayor ed lee with the obama administration on the action on immigration founded here just a few blocks away. that what matters is we have a mare that understands the issues a nearest and dear it to us and that's immigration reform. since it's inception we've gotten over 20 visas alone and the feeling is we have a shortage on green talent when we need to go through the steps we need to go through and for the tech community we're focused on opening up our technical school to the global community. we're in a talent war along with a state war on services gov. and anything we can help to create change here means so much to us. we have the mayor who can creative impact so we stand behind mayor ed lee and we're thrilled he
of americans hungry, and potentially do some serious damage to our economy. economists have found out that, and projected that every dollar of s.n.a.p. spending generates $1.70 in the local economy and the economic activity in america. this will hurt the revenue of 250,000 grocery stores and supermarkets across the country that accept s.n.a.p. payments. it's a domino effect. once again, house republicans don't care about small businessowners, either. there's a lot of small grocers out there that certainly work with the food stamp program. and you know what? this is a scandal. no, it's not the irs. it's not benghazi. and it's not people losing their health care with these notices that are coming in. this is the scandal. this is the most kicking the least right in the teeth for no reason at all other than unmitigated greed. go back to ted kennedy on the senate floor in 2007. when does the greed stop? i'll answer you tonight. never. they are concerned. these people of faith are concerned about people who make less than $15,000 a year. they're the problem. they're able bodied, they're fat, sit
.s. economy. to give away on the margin everything for nothing it's just can't work. connell: let's talk about the economics of it for a second. the conversation we had, in terms of advising the president, and the other for mitt romney. the argument is look at what mitt romney worked on in massachusetts, it works. >> i don't think it does work very well in massachusetts. it is one state with one set of policies. that i don't think makes sense, but at least it is just one state. when you are combining hawaii with alaska. you've got all these diversions and what people want. you cannot make them all happy. that is why the market works so very well, they are transparent, people can design what they want. and people have a right to be wrong. they have a right to not get enough insurance or get too much insurance. dagen: i think people like free better than choice. if you look at "the new york times" today, a large piece of millions of people could get their premiums completely covered if they take the lower-cost plan just by the subsidy. that is a lot of winners for people not having to pay out-of
was targeting housing as one of its ways to restart the economy. housing is not working anymore. i understand why they needed to keep it up. i think that the confidence was really hurt by the budget talks. >> the international companies that we trade, not hurt. europe, once again, pmi over in europe, so good, talking about ireland, spain, italy turning. those were the three. >> if portugal turns, holy cow. >> ireland has 5 million people in it. italy is a little more important. remember the big market. >> speaking of the bond market, people still watching the ten-year at 2.6. >> it has been argued if it does go higher, at what point can you say the fed has lost control, in the bond market. >> there was a huge gap, between 3 and 2.5. people expect 2.99. if you watch stocks like home depot, they rallied as rates came back down. that will be my canary in the coal mine if home depot starts going down. the housing stocks have all just floundered here. >> we are going to get there, time warner cable, of course. kellogg out today cutting 7% of their global workforce. >> you know what's a shame? the
about what the economy is doing. and the reports are skewed because of the government shutdown and effects of that. a lot of reports this week won't tell us much about the story. but coming up, i'm going to be talking about a guy who doesn't think we're going into a recession, he thinks we're in a recession, the worrisome thing is this fellow and his company have been right, for the last century or so, this is what they do for a living. i'll talk to one guy who has numbers. >> i can't think of his moniker -- >> lachman achitan. >> all right, thanks ali. >>> health care manufacturer johnson and johnson will pay more than $2 billion to settle civil and contractual allegations. al jazeera's shihab rattanzi with more. >> this is one of the several other agreements, johnson and johnson agreed they admitted they bribed pharmacies and hospitals, lack of scientific evidence showing any health benefits for patients. it's the third largest settlement with the u.s. government involving a u.s. drug maker. >> these companies lined their pockets at the expense of american taxpayers patients
, everyone. president obama wrapping up a speech on the economy. hi, everyone, i'm gretchen carlson. welcome to "the real story." the president under fire, though, for his signature accomplishment, speaking in d.c. as he tries to move away from the messy rollout of obama care. >> because you've heard repeatedly today and you will hear, undoubtedly, after i leave this stage, america is open for business. and businesses have responded. you know, after a decade in which many jobs left the united states to go overseas, now we're seeing companies starting to bring jobs back. >> so, let's take a look at some key economic numbers that seem to be all over the place, quite frankly. the stock market flirting with a week of record highs, despite a lackluster report on retail sales. and gas prices dropping to an average of $3.28 per gallon, down almost a quarter from last year. but milk prices may be about to soar, or sour, depending on how you look at it. joining me now, melissa francis, host of "money with melissa francis" on the fox business network. what do you make of this up-and-down economy we're
into the future because as the economy starts to recover, interest rates will start to come back up and the fastest growing component of the federal budget will not be social security, medicare, medicaid but paying the interest of that accumulated debt of $17 trillion. that's the concern that we have. not so much the deficit, income, that's good and positive, but the long-term risk that we are faced with accumulation of debt. host: i want you to focus on paul ryan and his history on working in these efforts. he was part of the simpson- bowles commission, but voted against it and wasn't part of that supercommittee effort. how do democrats see him as they are entering negotiations? do they prefer him versus john boehner to work with in these negotiations? guest: i have to point out that chairman ryan was a fellow staffer with me in the united states senate when he worked for a senator in wisconsin and we worked together on the senate budget committee. yes. i think chairman ryan, he definitely has a conservative focus in terms of controlling spending. he has a definite outlook that we
worse off, but our economy is, because they're going to get the health insurance in the emergency room, that drives up costs for all of us and it's bad for the individuals, as well. i'm hoping maybe, just maybe the republicans are finally interested in quality health carrot lower cost, but up until a couple of days ago they weren't talking about health care almost for a generation. >> bob casey of pennsylvania. thanks for making time for me this morning. i appreciate it. >> we say good morning to special correspondent kelly goff and the managing editor. james, let me start with you. how do you think that kathleen sebelius did on the hill yesterday, if you were rating her presentation and the way that she answered? did she put up a good fight? >> i think so. i think i would give her an emmy, an 8 or 9 on the scale of 10. what the administration needed for her to do was two things. one, kind of toe the administration's line which is confronting the challenges, saying the mea culpas, acknowledging the problems with the website, but trying to stay focused on the affordable care act itself
downturn in the economy are you ready? have you got some ideas, plans that you put in place to protect the taxpayer dollars we don't go back and after another $1.7 billion next year? what's your concerns about the qrm row coming at the beginning of your -- beginning of the year with regard to mortgage lending. >> lunatic couple of a couple of comments. personal we are not trying to do with semantics on this accounting transfer. >> i realize you're not that there's a lot of folks -- >> what i want to make clear is the difference between what fha is doing and what happened to private financial institutions who are making private gains and then the government had to come in to quote bail them out. that is very different than the fact that fha, every piece of revenue, every dollar that we arm goes back into the federal treasury -- >> where do you think the money from the private sector goes to? by definition, when you recapitalize a business or an institution that's exactly what we're doing right here. >> again, we are transferring dollars be you are arguing over semantics as well. >> so w
bernanke pledged to keep pitching money into the economy until there is solid evidence the jobs market is turning around. two economic reports could move the market today. the federal reserve will release the industrial production numbers for september. it was delayed a few weeks because of the government shutdown. the national association of realtors releases its pending home sales tax index for september. ahead of all that today, stock futures this morning are higher, traders are looking to continue last week's major streak. thanks to all earnings, all three indexes are close to record highs. the dow is near 15,600, 1% from an all time high. the s&p opening about 1760. the nasdaq is 39,043. traders overseas are waiting until u.s. data comes out. asian markets are starting strong after wall street made so much money last week. nikki gained 2%. shanghai is up a fraction. >> the biggest name on the earnings list today is apple. apple's going to let us know how much money it made this quarter after markets closed. it was showing off the ipad air, but it's the iphone bringing in most of t
that before. it can only be positive. when you have an economy with ample surplus capacity, forces that stimulating growth are increasingly different and active. rising prices of stocks. rising price values of homes. the consumer is reliquifying and experience important balance sheet appreciation and the recent spate of negative fears associated with the political brinksmanship over default and the budget -- and the government shutdown. that's behind us. that scared people. we never had a real threat of default before. so now people are free to look at the future. which is really exciting and bright. >> ken, you have had a great record. you have ridden this bull for all these years. you've ridden this bull this bull cycle. you just nailed it. let me just ask you, if i'm right, i may or may not be right, but if i'm right the fed is going to continue to inflate the money supply, whether that works or not remains to be seen. i think that's their policy. and profits are still rising, albeit slowly, ken. how long does this bull market cycle have left? i get this question all the time. d
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effect of this in the economy already, right? >> in my opinion obamacare is far worse for the economy than the shutdown. the economy is already slowing down, president obama will blame the shutdown but reality obamacare will do far more damage certainly long term. martha, you just outlined millions of people who had their policies canceled, maybe millions more to come. most of those people will pay a great deal more in monthly premiums and certainly deductibles, that is money sucked out of consumers wallets. many of these cancellations are going to small business owners. they have their cost structure go straight up. they will be hiring less. they will be expanding less. as i said it is already happening. number of part-time workers in the economy is growing. the number of full-time workers, people are not prepared to hire more than 50 full-timers. that affects hiring overall. the economy is slowing. this is happening the worst possible time, martha. martha: big implications on the hiring side clearly on that. also on the personal side, stuart, people are finding out, we'll have a wom
take over 1/6 of the economy and make it work. it is just sheer arrogance. >> the president has been blaming the insurance companies for these policy cancellations. oh, it is insurance companies are doing it. how disingenuous. the insurance companies are following the law that he insisted upon and they now have to live under. >> well he has pick ad perfect enemy for him because of course nobody wants to stand up for the insurance companies but as you say, the insurance companies are doing exactly what the law has instructed them and other thing is, let's not forget, insurance companies whether you like them or not, they are for-profit corporations and if you put a bun of laws in place that incentivize them to kick people off insurance perhaps, that is the law's fault, not the company's fault. and so, you know, for him to vilify them now especially after he has sort of brought them in and basically made them you know, promise them a massive new marketplace off of which to make money, you know he can bash the insurance companies all he wants to now, but let's be clear he has been the b
and again and again that they are willing to hijack the entire party and the country and the economy and grant progress to an absolute halt if they don't get 100% of what they want. >> reporter: he is leading in the polls, there is a governor race in new jersey where they will decide to reelect chris christie. romney is slamming president obama over the affordable care act and on nbc he is unhappy with the similar law that romney signed when he was governor of massachusetts. >> in massachusetts we phased in the requirements so that there was a slow roll out, that way you could test the systems as you went along to make sure there wouldn't be glitches and the most important lesson the president failed to learn was you have to tell the american people the truth. and when he told the american people that you could keep your health insurance if you wanted to keep that plan, period, he said that time and again. >> right. >> he wasn't telling the truth. >> reporter: romney said the economy stalled and u.s. lost international credibility since the president was e elected. the senate will
to and during harm, costing our economy 24 billion dollars, tens of thousands of jobs, a germanic drop in consumer confidence. now, having still failed to derail the aca, the republican thes of attack has shifted new front relates to they're very clearly are challenges to implementing new pioneering access to health care . consider these headlines. for example, problems plagued rollup. plagued by delays and confusion over coverage. headlines are from 2005. as medicare part d was launched. that year, in dramatic contrast to the republican conduct to date, democrats who would oppose the law worked to make -- to make it a success. working with republicans on a bipartisan basis. republicans who had passed that law to adjust many problems and, most importantly, we worked with our constituents to make sure they can sign up. the reality is the affordable care act, which republicans are failing to work on with democrats, is working quite effectively in states running the marketplaces. you can see from that slide. in kentucky, more than 26,000 people have enrolled in coverage. i
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and universities. 6000 different colleges and universities of many different -- we honor the economy of each institution. they operate in a marketplace where students have a chance to choose them. they compete for students and scholars. that environment ought to produce the -- dr. produce the largest amount of innovation. ought to produce the largest amount of innovation. that does not always work. i learned most new businesses do not succeed. not work.deas do for example, in the 1980's, when i was governor, we were worried inut the number of students colleges and universities who were not prepared for that. we thought that was wrong. we set the way to deal with that was to say you can come to the college, but you will not get credit. -- you will not get credit for the course if you were not prepared for college. it turns out, 20 years later, that probably isn't the right thing to do. what we will hear from mr. hall -- our state is abandoning that approach and admitting more people and working harder to move them through the system faster. that seems to be working better. what seems to be a
to make sure that our workers can earn the skills that they need to compete in the global economy. we've got, you know, one of the crown jewels of our education system is our community college system. not everybody's going to be training at m.i.t. or stanford, but these community colleges means we can partner with businesses, help defray some of the trading costs, help design with businesses what exactly they're going to need in terms of people getting hired. and we got the resources to do it. we know how to do it. but we've got to make sure congress is supportive of that. we've got to fix a broken immigration system so that we are welcoming more talented workers and entrepreneurs from around the world. so if companies are coming here to locate and they've got a key individual that they need to bring over to make sure that the company's doing what it needs to do, that it's not a tangle of red tape. and the good news is we know we've got bipartisan support for immigration reform. we just make sure we have to get it done this year. we've got to continue to make smart investments in rese
spending. >> this debt, it weighs on our economy today. we're not doing much about it. >> our country is on an unsustainable fiscal course. >> we have had record deficits. >> record deficits for the past five years? the senator conveniently left out some major information. under president obama, deficits have gone down five straight years. the fastest drop since world war ii. down $409 billion since 2012. republicans are quiet about that, but they're still making stuff up about health care. >> what i want is the finest possible health care for america that we can have. we did have fabulous health care, and i think we can again. >> almost 50 million americans lacked coverage before obama care. and it was fabulous? when you're desperate for the president to fail, you really will do and say anything. well, we're not going to fall for it or let them get away with it. joining me now is congressman jim mcdermott democrat from washington and msnbc contributor goldie taylor. thank you to both of you for joining me. >> thank you. >> good to be here. >> congressman, some republicans want to pre
for costs, and where possible, link programs to grow the low carbon economy. brown says one challenge working on a problem we can't see yet. >> we have to take action before seeing an experience. all problems we're dealing with. takes imagination and vision. and courage. >> there are a range of predictions. the bay development commission says it's study shows a phone shall rise of 16 inch business 2050 and 55 inches by 2100. sfo and oakland airport might be inundated. >> we found at 55 inches, up to 280 square miles might be inundated. >> they say it's concentrating to reduce carbon emissions but that is only one piece of the puzzle. action plan leaders recognize the problem is bigger than region can take on, alone. >> if only org ork, california, washington and british columbia, nudging is going to happen. you've got to get everybody, china. india. you have to get texas and alabama. >> the plan requires a man for paris in 2015. >> alaska air lines found a way to save fuel and reduce emissions from planes. they're putting new winglets on the fleet that can lower fuel consumption savin
economy. brown says one challenge working on a problem we can't see yet. >> we have to take action before seeing an experience. all problems we're dealing with. takes imagination and vision. and courage. >> there are a range of predictions. the bay development commission says it's study shows a phone shall rise of 16 inch business 2050 and 55 inches by 2100. sfo and oakland airport might be inundated. >> we found at 55 inches, up to 280 square miles might be inundated. >> they say it's concentrating to reduce carbon emissions but that is only one piece of the puzzle. action plan leaders recognize the problem is bigger than region can take on, alone. >> if only org ork, california, washington and british columbia, nudging is going to happen. you've got to get everybody, china. india. you have to get texas and alabama. >> the plan require man for paris in 2015. >> alaska air lines found a way to save fuel and reduce emissions from planes. they're putting new winglets on the fleet that can lower fuel consumption saving the airline $20 million and cutting emissions by 57,000 tons. that is equ
on an economy of scale, you know, go with organic with the ones that have the highest levels of pesticides. our website has a link to those tips so i can show you where that would be. and now we're going to pop into the living room and talk about flame retardants which are an important issue for any firefighters who are working in the field because it's those burns that are going to create exposures, so as folks in the home are thinking about that, once they found that frequent hand washing can reduce the actual levels of these flame retardants because we touch them, they get on our hands, they're in household dusts and make their way into our bodies, so washing them off our hands can reduce exposures, using a vak coupe with a hepa filter and a big move that could come down the pike is going down to legacy fabrics like wool and fabric that don't require the use of these mraim retardants at all and burn much more slowly, this's been some amazing videos that you can look at that you may have seen that show the legacy fabrics burning so much more slowly than the flame retardant treated ones, so th
the future come a bit faster than we think? >> absolutely i call it the drones economy. a they will get mashed up with a social media and advertising but now she is walking up fifth avenue it gets her facial recognition to goes to the database to danowski is up of this self don't the you have 20% off on those issues it is all new consumer driven world. melissa: i am now ready for thatt sounds like spying. said they laughed at the idea of advertising of the internet. people were always scared but this is tremendous innovation in zero career right in front of our eyes. $100 million of 2013 it will undoubtedly be a major industry in the next couple of years. melissa: where is the industry you see this right now? >> right now in ameca is limited with regulations people with agriculture a lot of people wanting to use the drones and agriculture but especially using them for good that is something that the ngos have been talking about to protect the endangered species with the of marine areas those that take the ducks that are critical and even a third world countries. melissa: like the idea b
requires that all 4 jurisdictions account for costs of carbon pollution and grow the low carbon economy. brown says one challenge working on a problem we can't see yet. >> when we take action before we see and experience all the problems we are dealing with. so it takes immanuel nation. it takes vision. it takes kurming and collaboration. >>reporter: there are a range of prediction for how this might affect san francisco bay. conservation development commission says the study show potential rise 16 inches by 2050 and 55 inches by 2100. without the levee the sfo might be inundated. >> we found at 55 inches up to 280 square miles of bayshore line might potentially be inundated including financial district on the waterfront. >>reporter: bcdc is contend tikriting on more transit oriented development to reduce carbon mission but only one piece of the puzzle and recognize the problem is bigger than the ream to take on alone. >> only this area nothing will happen. you have to get everybody. we have to get china. india. you have to get texas. and alabama. >> plan also requires internat
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party wanted to take over one-sixth of the economy. so much so that they are willing to the destroy this. there is no denying this, by the way. >> can i interject a thought? let me say you guys are so intent on demonizing obama you are letting the horror story of the way health insurance is not delivered or adequately delivered to americans -- >> juan -- >> past the graveyard tonight. >> what do you think -- all right. >> the free market, that's been doing a great job. >> there is a great pumpkin, charlie brown. that's what obama is promising. bottom line. they have known for three years that americans, 93 million of them, their own words, will lose their health care. 93 million. we know americans are seeing cancellation notices in the mail. they are getting rate shock with higher premiums when the president promised on average per family per year $2500 a year savings. you are telling me there will be no political fallout? >> no. these people in large part in that private market were ripped off. getting inadequate coverage. >> now the government -- >> the insurance company said you're wr
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program, its stimulus before the economy is healthy enough to stand on its own that could stop it. no question the fed is a huge reason the stocks have done so well this year when stocks barely moved when they failed to extend the stimulus measure last week but maybe we me more to keep this rally going. futures are up this morning. government calling in the big guns. is a disaster and the government is calling in help from employees from google and oracle are joining the tech surge to fix the site after the site crashed two times this week. kathleen sebelius said the website has cost $174 million so far and more probably to fix it. >>> starting today $5 billion is cut from the food stamp program. that means less grocery money for millions. the cuts will vary by family but this is typically a family of four getting 668 a month would lose about $36. food stamp benefits were raised during the recession and temporary increase to the program and that expires today. in 2007, 26 million people were using snap as they call it, supplemental food benefits and compared that to al
with them in virginia and how bad they are for virginians, losing jobs and hurting our economy. martha: just with a minute left here, back to health care for a moment and just one more question for you, where do you think this goes? there is so much outrage, so much disgruntlement, and people are feeling insecure where we're headed with this, a lot of them are? >> that is a great question, martha. i think the next battle, i know the next battle is in the states. washington they're having this rugby scrum match. it pushes up and down a little bit. but each state is going to decide whether they will expand obamacare in their state with the medicaid expansion. that is either going to be an endorsement of obamacare or it is going to be a statement in opposition to obamacare. that is the next battle in virginia's first in line. martha: attorney general ken cuccinelli. thanks for being with us. we have extended invitation to terry mcauliffe as well. the election is next week. >> good to be with you. gregg: stunning new video after school bus plunged over a bridge, kids inside. we'll tell you about
generates more revenue into the economy of the city than the yankees, mets, knicks and rangers combined. [applause] that number is north of $700 million each year. [applause] my friend mike bloomberg, who ought to know something about good deals -- [laughter] he will tell you, and this is almost a precise quote, he says the only good athletic sports stadium deal not just in new york, but in the country. so, in fact, each year i'm just delighted. i spend a lot of time at the open day and night. you make these sacrifices when you -- [laughter] we also during our time created fashion week, restaurant week, broadway on broadway which some of you will remember. we've continued for decades now and attract attention and tremendous revenue in the city on an annual basis. most notably during our term racial tensions eased despite the realities of economic downturn which gripped our city and our nation. although we had precious few dollars to spend on social programs, perhaps the folks in need gave us a pass, because they knew that we would, indeed, be for them when the economy changed. never the
by the new economy. the new technology boom. rising real estate values across the bay are starting to have an effect in places like hayward driving some residents out. >> any low income populations are finding it more and more difficult to be on the bay, near the bay and the poorer you are the more you are being pushed into the central valley and away from the bay. >> reporter: at the same time, 20,000 latinos moved into hayward. mostly immigrants but they may not be able to stay long. >> it's like a place holder until these properties get, their value goes up enough then they will be replaced. >> reporter: isabel nava knows the story firsthand. she grew up in hayward and is moving. hayward not only has b.a.r.t. but housing that's less expensive than across the bay. >> if i could have afforded a nice house in the triangle or outer mission or something i would have. but we reluck -- reluctant. we are where we are. >> yeah, we love oakland. >> reporter: those new more affluent residents are also bringing new business. >> i've been here since january and i know i've seen at least about five
sanctions that hurt iran's economy. conservatives say the u.s. and its allies cannot be trusted. >> tina krouse, wjz eyewitness news. >> now the 1979 take over of the u.s. embassy triggered a hostage crisis with 52 u.s. diplomats held for 442 days. >>> a towson university student is in the hospital after being robbed and stabbed just before 11:00 last night. three men confronted the student and took his phone and stabbed him before taking off. anyone with information should call police. >>> the harford county sheriff's department is looking for the suspect who burglarized an auto dealership. take a look at surveillance pictures of the suspect. on october the 9th he broke into the thompson automotive dealership in edgewood. >>> houston, texas head coach gary kubiac is in critical condition. the 52-year-old coach collapsed and was taken to the hospital in front of a packed stadium. >> cameras at houston's reliant stadium capturing the moment the coach collapsed on the field at halftime of sunday night's match up against indianapolis. a staff member on the field quickly signals for help and
the subject. now what he's going to do is he's going to emphasize the economy and immigration, maybe throw in minimum wage. but right now the last thing he wants to do is drive people to the affordable care act website because it's screwed up. >> again. saturday it was down. we're not sure how many mornings. >> it's down four hours a day now. >> for repairs intentionally which no one can get on. they need 7 million people by the march deadline to start funding it. but mitt romney, he actually had a lot to say about what the president could have done, meaning looking at massachusetts, seeing what the plan of massachusetts did. he noted that the president could have seen that people would actually be kicked off their insurance policies, that there was a lot to learn from the states having control including the biggest lesson of all, he said the president should learn to be honest. take a listen. >> obamacare barely made it through washington, as you know. there is no question in my mind that had the president been truthful and told the american people that millions would lose their insurance
and the economy and grind progress to an absolute halt if they don't get 100% of what they want. >> anna, it's interesting in politico in an op-ed it says republican candidates continue to try to turn the race into a referendum on president obama's het care law. virginia can send washington a message we oppose obama care with our votes on tuesday. virginia can vote for me and who want to see obama care grow further can vote for mcauliffe. that's from ken cuccinelli. this hail mary as it described by our first read team is essentially to try to tie up what's happening with the health care website and some of the issues that's plaguing the administration in getting it off the ground with the race in virginia. >> absolutely. obama care continues to be dominant force right now in the race. both mcauliffe is running on it and supported it. you see on the right cuccinelli has already made it an issue saying vote for me if you don't like obama care. even obama has -- his team has said if mcauliffe does win, saying there's a referendum on obama care and people do like this law once going forward. >>
women to make reproductive healthcare decisions. he'll focus on jobs and the economy. that's why i'm supporting terry mcauliffe. "i'm terry mcauliffe, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad." >>> members of the howard county fire and rescue service are headed across the atlantic to liberia trying to help firefighter rebuild their fire departments there. liberia is emerging from years of devastating civil war. the volunteers from howard county traveled there last year to get a handle on the sort of help they need. >> this year we're following up on a promise. last year we told them we'd be back. we're going to come back with a lot of others to help and we'll bring some equipment. >> like it when you're a man of your word. the photos of the trip, here are a few from last year. this time the howard county group will provide the liberian firefighters with a used fire engine and ambulance, a lot of used but still useful gear. they're working in conjunction with other fire departments from across the country. >>> we are on top of some breaking news tonight as los angeles interna
of this body, members on the other side of the aisle closed down this government and threaten the economy for the united states, costing us more than $24 billion. just remind me of another period in our history. not so long ago during the 50s, many southern senators signed a southern manifesto after the supreme court decision of 1954. those senators along with many southern governors subscribe to the doctrine or interposition and notification, and some even massive resistance. that's what we saw on the part of the republican members of the house and some of the republicans in the senate. the affordable care act is working. it is helping to make health care affordable and accessible to a hundred thousand million of our citizens. when i was growing up we couldn't afford to see a doctor. poor people in alabama, georgia, in kentucky, in arkansas and all across the deep south couldn't see a doctor. we must do what is right, what is fair and what is just. madam administrator, i have a chart here this morning and i want you to walk us through this chart and i want to use my remaining time for yo
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mode. waited till the government shutdown affects the economy. inflation still remains a no show that would give the fed some wiggle room. i also want to talk about a dow component, nike. along with the dow industrials and the s&p earlier this morning. nike shares are up now. they got enough grade from morgan stanley to overweight. so we will continue to check on them throughout the day. back to you. adam: thank you very much. nicole: health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius taking full responsibility of t
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